Wales: Devolution record on education and health

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Devolution has seen free hospital car parking and prescriptions in Wales, but what about some of the bigger services?

The Welsh education watchdog Estyn revealed fewer schools had achieved good or excellent inspections compared with the year before. And First Minister Carwyn Jones said this week the health service in Wales would "collapse" unless hospitals were reorganised.

Susana Mendonca spoke to Y Pant head teacher Mark Powell, Welsh Education Minister Leighton Andrews, Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre Director Prof Richard Wyn Jones and True Wales campaigner Rachel Banner.

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